Where to Buy Quarantine Holiday Cards

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Our family has opted out of a lot this year due to the pandemic. We’ve stayed home from birthday parties and baptisms. We haven’t eaten inside a restaurant since March. Our kids are learning virtually. We haven’t taken a vacation — even a socially distant one.

If you had asked me back in March if I would get professional family photos this year, I probably would have told you “hell no.” However, as the months dragged on, my thoughts began to change.

In September, I decided that it was a risk I was willing to take. Our photographer said she has also been trying to limit what she and her family are doing, as her mother-in-law lives with them. Our photoshoot was outdoors and we were able to keep a 6ft distance most of the time.

I think this is the earliest I’ve gotten our photos done, so it’s given me plenty of time to search for our 2020 Holiday Cards that I will send out in a couple of months. 

Since 2020 has been….a year, I don’t want something generic. I want a card that draws attention to the fact that it has been a year like no other. I’m still trying to narrow my favorite greeting cards down to one, but I thought I’d share a few that I have come across during my search for quarantine holiday cards.

Pine Branch Pine Needles Confetti Stars with text overlay We Wish You A Merry Quarantine fun greeting cards for a socially distant holiday via Muddy Boots and Diamonds blog

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Pine Branches Pinecones and Confetti Starts with Text Overlay We Wish You A Merry Quarantine Where To Find Greeting Cards for a Socially Distant Holiday via Muddy Boots and Diamonds blog

Are you going to be sending out quarantine greeting cards this year, or will you be going for something more traditional? Where do you like ordering your cards?

3 thoughts on “Where to Buy Quarantine Holiday Cards

  1. These are all really cute! Perfect for this crazy year. I wonder how many people will incorporate COvid into their cards this year… should be fun to see! Thanks.

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